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From Ignacio Avellino <iavell...@colonizacion.com.uy>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Virtual hosts + proxy
Date Fri, 27 Mar 2009 20:05:14 GMT
> My first suggestion is comment out the proxy stuff for now, and just
> see if you can get vhosts working in general. You can test this by
> giving the vhosts a different DocumentRoot from the main server, and
> you'll know it's working based on what DocumentRoot is being served.

VHost is running, because if i try to acces
http://mantis.colonizaciontest.com.uy/ i get access .. so DNS config an
VHosts are Ok

I got it to work now wit the VirtualHost block that chris provided

But my question is about unnecessary overhead now. 192.168.100.5 will serve
as proxy for 192.168.100.6 all the time .. this means unnecessary
processing and network overhead.
The main problem is that our router/firewall sends all requests on port 80
to one server only (192.168.100.5), despite a subdomain specified in the
URL.
So that is why we thought about using 192.168.100.5 as proxy for
192.168.100.6
Is there a way to accomplish this same goal, but by passing the request to
192.168.100.6 withjou having 192.168.100.5 involved on the rest of the
communication??

THANKS TONS!

PD Using apache 2.2.3


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